The Lesbian Gay Chorus of San Francisco, founded in 1980, is the oldest established self-identified LGBT mixed chorus in the United States. They perform in San Francisco regularly and have toured nationally and internationally. Menage is an octet within this group, which also had the honor of being the only vocal group from the Bay Area to perform at the March on Washington, October 1987. Video by Demystavision. Videographers Bill Bathurst, Ron Blanchette, Jed Handler. Performance by Menage of the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco, an octet within the group. Performers included: Carol Booth, Brandon Curtis, Lisa Gray, Patty Moore, Linda Rohde, Paul Sotak, David Thompson, Bill Ward with Pat Parr (Accompanist and Artistic Director), Allen Biggs (Percussion), Lavonne Hing (Guitar). All choreography by Chad Edwards.
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